When Governor Kasich was at the Spread Eagle Tavern last week, do you suppose anyone questioned his spending habits in relation to the new duel primaries?
If our small county's share of the new duel primaries cost is $75,000, what is the total cost of taxpayer money for all 88 counties? If each of the 88 counties' cost was only $75,000 this figure alone would be over $6.5 million.
Is this the best use of taxpayer money, or could this money be better spent on expansion of high speed Internet service for the entire state? Spending taxpayer money on an infrastructure, like high speed Internet, would assist our state in becoming competitive with other states and the global economy, and provide jobs.
The priorities of this governor and his administration seem off to me. I'm beginning to think this governor thinks we are a wallet full of his own personal money. What happened to the agenda of less government spending?